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Opportunities and challenges for an Indonesian forest monitoring network

Brearley, FQ and Adinugroho, WC and Cámara-Leret, R and Krisnawati, H and Ledo, A and Qie, L and Smith, TEL and Aini, F and Garnier, F and Lestari, NS and Mansur, M and Murdjoko, A and Oktarita, S and Soraya, E and Tata, HL and Tiryana, T and Trethowan, LA and Wheeler, CE and Abdullah, M and Aswandi and Buckley, BJW and Cantarello, E and Dunggio, I and Gunawan, H and Heatubun, CD and Arini, DID and Istomo and Komar, TE and Kuswandi, R and Mutaqien, Z and Pangala, SR and Ramadhanil and Prayoto and Puspanti, A and Qirom, MA and Rozak, AH and Sadili, A and Samsoedin, I and Sulistyawati, E and Sundari, S and Sutomo and Tampubolon, AP and Webb, CO (2019) Opportunities and challenges for an Indonesian forest monitoring network. Annals of Forest Science, 76 (2). ISSN 1286-4560


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© 2019, INRA and Springer-Verlag France SAS, part of Springer Nature. Key message: Permanent sampling plots (PSPs) are a powerful and reliable methodology to help our understanding of the diversity and dynamics of tropical forests. Based on the current inventory of PSPs in Indonesia, there is high potential to establish a long-term collaborative forest monitoring network. Whilst there are challenges to initiating such a network, there are also innumerable benefits to help us understand and better conserve these exceptionally diverse ecosystems.

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